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on their thanksgiving mel dinner. >> traditional. >>> 4:41. toyota issuing a massive recall. details coming up in a live report. >> will she stay or go? big announcement this morning from nancy pelosi that could be a game changer in california politics. >> it was positive. they really helped me. they saved my son's life. that was good thing. >> caught on tape. oakland officers jumped into action and deliver. we have the emotional reunion between a baby boy and men in blue coming up. >>> welcome back, everyone. three oakland police officers got to meet the baby they helped bring into the world. yesterday they met the baby and the parents. baby nolan with a police badge and his stuffed animal and bag full of gud goodies. the officers helped deliver the bay five days ago. a man flagged down officers saying his wife was in labor. officers jumped into action to help deliver a healthy baby boy. >> the baby was crowning and -- so then i turned to charles and i remember telling charles this baby is come. >> these three guys -- month matter what happens. >> that baby nolan was actually named after a nearby park
. fortunately no one was hurt. >>> toyota is recalling nearly three million cars worldwide due to the problems with their steering mechanism. in addition, toyota is also recalling several prius models due to a problem with the car's hybrid water pump. in the united states, 670,000 cars are being recalled. a spokesman said the recalled prius cars were of the model's second generation. a certain corolla models are also affected. all of the cars were made between 2000 and 2011. this is toyota's second multimillion car recall of the year. >>> in health matters tonight, the nationwide deadly meningitis outbreak was hotly discussed in a congressional hearing today. the owner of the specialty pharmacy tied to the contaminated steroids declined to testify repeatedly invoking the fifth amendment. the outbreak killed 32 people and sickened more than 400 across the country. republicans on the committee asked why the fda did not intervene when it discovered violations at the new england compounding center back in 2002. one of those who died was a state circuit judge from kentucky. >> this man, who was per
tonight involving a popular toyota prius. we'll have details plus -- >> an investigative unit exclusive, behind the gates of the california national guard. our report is next. >>> a mother to be dies in ireland after being denied an abortion. why doctors refuse to perform the procedure that could have saved her life. president obama fired up after one of his own comes under fire. >>> the california national guard has long history of helping the state and nation during tough times. >> but a joint investigation by nbc bay area and our sister station knbc in los angeles uncovers a disturbing hidden culture in the guard, some say sexual assault and racism go unchecked. here's our investigation. tony, serious claims here. >>> raj, yes, we spoke with two dozen men and women from the california national guard who call the culture inside toxic. and now they want to expose what they say is the truth. i want it to stop. >> reporter: she's a master sergeant serving in the guard for a dozen years. >> i don't understand. i had faith in this organization. >> reporter: and she's a staff sergeant servi
to resign. >>> if you have a prius, you might have a problem. thousands of the toyota hybrids are being recalled. the recall involves 670,000 of its 2004 to 2009 models. all of the cars are being recalled because of metal used in the steering come opponent. it could wear out and cause steering problems. about half of those cars are also being recalled to replace faulty electric water pumps. toyota said it is not aware of any accidents in the united states related to this recall. >>> new at 11:00, they act like taxis but they're not. and there in lies the problem with popular ride sharing apps. they are thousands of new users but they're also attracting state regulators who say they're illegal. nbc's bay area has more on one new start one that is navigating that roadblock. >> reporter: there are lots of choices when it come to getting around in the bay area. in san francisco, lift rolled into traffic in july. an on demand ride service. >> this is in many ways the evolution of a bulletin board ride board that existed on college campuses decades ago. >> reporter: the co-founder john zimmer
to be a victim of extorque. >>> steering defects and faulty water pumps have forced toyota to recall 2.7 million vehicles including some prius hybrids and corollas. >>> target employees have nearly 200,000 signatures for a petition asking not to open at 9:00 p.m. on thanksgiving night. >>> strike debt, an offshoot of occupy wall street, has a new way of helping struggling 99 percenters. the group of professors and comp rate dropouts has raised money to help in defaulted debt for random people. >>> mean child only in beverly hills, a $500 kobe beefburg ger topped and stuffed with truffles. tis the season. >>> finally, a more enduring indulgen indulgence. the 1954 oil on canvass number 1 royal red and blue brought in more than $75.1 million at soth they by's last night. >>> an incredible mud slide caught on tape plus the woman and her idiot sign that she must wear. >>> and the jury verdict that breaks an unofficial police code of silence. headlines are straight ahead. you're watching "early today." >>> other stories making news early today in america. there were no survivors on board a plane that
in our studio. first, this is "today" on nbc. >>> the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. >>> when singing sensation cody simpson was 11 years old, he started posting on youtube. now four years later, his music has an astonishing 147 million views. on youtube. >> that's three less than my music videos. that's amazing. we first met cody next year when several young fans showed up to watch him through our window here. they'll be happy to know cody is out with his debut album called "paradise." and already getting terrific reviews, cody. congratulations. >> thank you very much. your music is far beyond your years. that's what one of the reviews said. billboard says "a deft touch beyond his years, for breezy, toes in the sand pop tunes." >> awesome. >> how does it feel giving birth to this album? >> feels awesome. something i worked hard on for a long time. debut album is a very important move, and i just wanted to make sure it was perfect. that's why i took my time with it and made sure it really showed, you know, who i was. you know what i mean? >> we like that te
you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. ♪ >> the toyota concert series on today brought to you by toyota. >>> it was the biggest turnout for a concert in today show history and that's saying something. thousands of screaming fans turned out on the plaza for the british boy band, one direction. >> the guys left us a song. it is called "let me kiss you" off the guys' latest album called "take me home." >> ho ho enjoyed it. >> enjoy the boys. ♪ oh, i just wanna take you anywhere that you like we can go out any day and night ♪ ♪ baby i'll take you there take you there baby i'll take you there yeah ♪ ♪ oh, tell me tell me how to turn your love on you can get anything that you want ♪ ♪ baby just shout it out shout it out baby just shout it out ♪ ♪ ♪ and if you, you want me to ♪ let's make a move yeah ♪ so tell me girl if every time we ♪ ♪ touch you get this kind da rush ♪ ♪ let me say, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ if you don't wanna take this slow, if you just wanna take me home ♪ ♪ let me say yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ and
sacala says several years ago he read online about using the toyota prius as a source of power. when the recent storms hit the east coast he decided you know what, i have a prius, i'll give it a try. he bought a few accessories, a couple of extension cords, and voila, take a look. he was back in action. >> he had an inverter, electrical inverter, that i plugged into the cigarette lighter. it enabled me to power lights and television, a laptop. >> he did it. he did all of that on just 3/4 of a tank of gas. sock-love says his prius helped him get through the worst of hurricane sandy and the storm. the power came back on in his storm just a few hours ago. >> just like an episode of "revolution." >>> an outpouring of support for a family devastated by hurricane sandy. a 19-year-old rutgers student lost both of her parents in that storm. now she's decided to leave school to raise her three younger siblings. zoe everett turned to a website called wish upon a to tell her story and to ask for $5,000 in donations so that she could keep her family afloat while their financial assets a
. the suspect got out and into a pickup truck, possibly a toyota. it is not known right now if the woman suffered any injuries. >> you got the votes. now give us back our tuition. that's the cry from the students on the campus who say the passage of proposition 30 should ease the pain they feel in their pocket books. despite the extra money, the officials say the outlook is still bleak. jodi hernandez is live on campus where students have been staging a soggy protest. >> reporter: that's right. the rain did make things a bit soggy out here today but it did not dampen the downpour of concern from students. students are truly worried. the passage of proposition 30 will not bring the relief they had hoped for. students at uc berkeley say their fight is far from over. while many campaigned for proposition 30, its passage this week doesn't mean students are satisfied. dozens held a walkout today to show their concern. >> a center piece of the campaign for prop 30 was that it would stop tuition hikes. that's not enough. we have to roll tuition back. >> while prop 30 will prevent tuition from g
. camry. from toyota. >>> we're back at 8:11 with what's new, what's up, what's in. as we get set for the weekend ahead we have three experts to help us out. >> let's get started with what is new in entertainment. tarrance jenkins makes his debut on monday. good morning and congratulations. >> thank you. i love your intro music. >> you like that? >> super cool. >> just for you. let's talk about what's happening this weekend. everybody is talking about sky fall. al, natalie, they've seen it and said it might be the best bond movie yet. >> it is absolutely the best bond movie. i've seen almost all of them and it's my favorite. we're celebrating the 50th anniversary of james bond and he is stronger than ever. this movie is projected to d $73 million to $76 million and will be the biggest yet. >> it's already exploded overseas and now coming to the united states. another one a lot of people looking at "wreck it ralph" an animated movie. >> i took my 7-year-old nephew to see the film. i thought he'd enjoy it but as an '80s baby i loved the movie more than he did. when sonic came out, i
major recall this morning from toyota as the auto giant pulls some 2.7 million cars worldwide. the recall involves faulty steering and a water pump problem on some prius models but no reported accidents have been linked to these issues. just last month toyota had to recall some 7.4 million cars due to a fire risk in the power windows. >>> let's head to wall street struggling over the last few years. cnbc's courtney reagan over at the stock exchange. >> it has been a tough couple of week weeks and i e impending cut expiration and spending cuts are top of mind for wall street. ceos of a dozen cops will meet with president obama today to discuss the looming fiscal cliff. among those attending the meeting, the ceo of aetna, american express, ge, ford, pepsi and walmart, urging washington to work together to come to a resolution. meantime, millions of facebook shares could hit the market today as a lockup on some 800 million shares expires. natalie. >> courtney reagan at the new york stock exchange. thank you. >>> a fiery plane crash in a jackson, mississippi neighborhood left no s
little biscuits. [ man ] and what did you think? i loved it. why? 'cause it's a toyota, of course! i want a car that's gonna last me for a little while. ♪ i like the bells and whistles. that's my favorite part about the car. i like the navigation. i like the entune. and it's fast. [ male announcer ] see ja ne't's story and more at the camry effect. from toyota. ♪ >>> back now at 7:42. and this morning on "rossen reports" extreme identity theft. brazen criminals have gotten so good at stealing your information, even the government believes them. today national investigative correspondent jeff rossen is here with more on this story. and this one is startling, jeff. good morning. >> good morning, matt. we've been hearing about i.d. theft for years. this is different. criminals buying things and ruining your credit, age-old story, but now they're taking it to an all new level. actually living life as you, getting jobs as you, going to the doctor as you, even filing taxes as you. and you don't even know it. it happened to an innocent schoolteacher who is still living this nightmare. >> rep
's story and more at the camry effect. camry from toyota. >>> well, kitty kelly is best known for her unauthorized biographies of elizabeth taylor, oprah winfrey amongst others but trying something for her newest book. it's called "capturing camelot," and good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. >> there's a back story behind all of the photos that we see in the book, some which have never been seen before in in way. how did you get your hands on this photo? >> stanley was a wonderful friend, and he left them to me when he died. he also left me this marine corps locker of his which was filled with kennedy letters and diary extracts and memos and presents that he had received from the president. it was a very sentimental cache of things, and because this was the 50th anniversary of the kennedy administration i thought i'd put together a book. >> it's a real treasure chest and we see some of the spirit of this in the book. let's talk about some of the photos. each tells a story. the first one we want to show is jfk and jack kennedy in a convertible. it's rare because we didn't ge
at the camry effect. camry from toyota. >>> as we have mentioned we're so delighted to welcome willie geist to our family on his first official day as the co-host of our third hour. >> that's right. before he gets started let's get to know him just a little bit better. >> oh, boy. >> willie was a little kid, he wanted to be a fireman. i don't think he ever thought tv was his thing. i think he wanted to play shortstop for the yankees or possibly a power forward for the knicks. >> we met in sixth grade, mr. kaplan's home room, september 1986, and i locked in immediately. that was 26 years ago. was it love at first sight for you? >> i don't know. i mean, you're 11. how do you know? >> it was for me. >> you were memorable at first sight, but i can't say love at first sight. >> just because i was tall and gawky. >> this isn't the movies. >> he was a suburban kid who wanted to be a hip-hop guy. we lived in ridgewood, new jersey, and he called it the wood. >> playing off "boys in the hood" we were the boys in the wood. say something like quiet on the set because i'm about to begin and if you didn'
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